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Relationship Counseling for the early Cold War Superpowers

Relationship Counseling for the early Cold War Superpowers
Relationship Counseling for the early Cold War Superpowers
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This is a fun assignment where students write a scripted conversation between the Soviet Union, the United States, and a counselor who is tasked with making sure they get along. The assignment starts like this: "The end of World War II left much of Europe as well as parts of Asia in disrepair. The United States and the Soviet Union were left as the two main superpowers in the world. The trouble is, the formerly happy couple (Allies in World War II), were starting to show signs that the good times would not last. You heard me, the love-birds are breaking up. It is your task to take the two countries through a counseling session..." and then guides the students through expectations and some questions they would want to think about as they write.
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Relationship Counseling for the early Cold War Superpowers
Relationship Counseling for the early Cold War Superpowers